The console had to take on lessons learned in Nintendo's leaner years and has fantastic home console quality games and makes these games work in an nearly seemless portable fashion. "We're doing everything we can to make sure everyone who wants to buy a Nintendo Switch system can do so".
Nintendo and Suda51 have officially revealed No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again which is coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch in 2018.
For No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again, Suda51 and his studio has teamed up with several indie developers to bring a rather different gameplay that we are accostumed to. The game is slated for a 2018 release, although no official price or release date has been announced yet. It is an open-ended game in which Travis can travel around where he wants.
Finally, the antithesis of heroism and the epitome of fun action return in the sequel to No More Heroes. A piece of artwork displayed on stage showed Travis wearing a shirt that said "Travis strikes again". The only major hurdle for the Switch right now appears to be the lack of supply, which could turn out to be a huge drag on sales of the console if Nintendo doesn't sort things out. The Bat refuses and bashes his head off only to find out that it was a robot.
Shovel Knight fans will be delighted to see that the next new campaign mode, King Knight, is slated for a switch release next year.
Seven years have passed since the events of No More Heroes, and The Bad is determined to exact his revenge on Travis Touchdown. Between PC hits like Player Unknown's Battlegrounds, 3DS titles like Samus Returns, and console games like Horizon: Zero Dawn, and even upcoming releases like the Super NES Classic Edition, it's no stretch to say that there is a great game out there for nearly anyone.